eNTS Magqazine September 2012

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eNTS Magqazine September 2012

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eNTS: The Magazine of the Native Tree Society,
Volume 2, Number 9, September 2012

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I want to remind the readers of this magazine that the articles presented here are only a part, usually just the beginning, of the discussions being held on our BBS at http://www/ents-bbs.org . The full discussion can be read by clicking on the link embedded in the title of each individual article. - Edward Frank

New England Trip by Tom Howard 6
Bowdoin Pines, Brunswick, ME, Aug. 2012 by Tom Howard 7
Ordway Pines, Norway, ME Aug. 21, 2012 by Tom Howard 10
Tamworth Big Pines, ME, Aug. 21, 2012 by Tom Howard 12
Re: Tamworth Big Pines, ME, Aug. 21, 2012 by Tom Howard 12
Gifford Woods State Park, VT, Aug. 22, 2012 by Tom Howard 13
Re: Why do we find trees so rapturous? by Joe Zorzin 14
Re: Why do we find trees so rapturous? by Ryan LeClair 14
Why do some redwoods twist? by Mark Collins 14
Re: Why do some redwoods twist? by Edward Frank 15
How high is Mount Harvard (CO) and attendant implications? 16
Tree's leaves genetically different from its roots 17
Re: Tree's leaves genetically different from its roots by Gaines McMartin 17
Re: Tree's leaves genetically different from its roots by Edward Frank 17
Re: Tree's leaves genetically different from its roots by Gaines McMartin 18
Re: Tree's leaves genetically different from its roots by Edward Frank 18
Re: Tree's leaves genetically different from its roots by Don Bertolette 19
Re: Tree's leaves genetically different from its roots by Steve Springer 19
Asheville Trees by Brian Beduhn 20
Re: Why do some redwoods twist? by Andrew Joslin 20
Re: Why do some redwoods twist? by Larry Tucei 21
Re: Tree's leaves genetically different from its roots by Bart Bouricius 21
Re: Tree's leaves genetically different from its roots by Gaines McMartin 22
Worksheet for Oct 12th Tree-measuring workshop by Robert Leverett 22
Re: Asheville Trees by Brian Beduhn 23
Zane Moore 23
The Moosewood Tree by Ryan LeClair 24
Forest History Society by Edward Frank 25
Jack-O-Lantern Fungi by Edward Frank 25
Re: Jack-O-Lantern Fungi by Edward Frank 27
Re: European beech forests by Anthony Croft 28
Fistulina hepatica and the Oak, a study into the morphologic by Anthony Croft 35
Re: Fistulina hepatica and the Oak, a study into the morphologic by Edward Frank 37
Re: Fistulina hepatica and the Oak, a study into the morphologic by Edward Frank 38
Re: Fistulina hepatica and the Oak, a study into the morphologic by Anthony J. Mills 38
Exploring the Redwood Forest (Humboldt Redwoods State Park) by Mark Collins 39
Re: Exploring the Redwood Forest (Humboldt Redwoods State Park by Mark Collins 42
Marsh-Billings-Rockerfelle National Historic Park by Robert Leverett 43
NPR program about champion tree measurers by AndrewJoslin 44
Leveling Appalachia: by Joe Zorzin 44
Big Bob' - a giant eucalypt that stretches up more than 70 meters (229 feet) or about 21 storeys high is believed to be Queensland's tallest tree. 44
Re: 'Big Bob' - a giant eucalypt - Queensland's tallest tree by Kouta Rasanan 44
Re: 'Big Bob' - a giant eucalypt - Queensland's tallest tree by Matt Smilie 45
Experts release list of 100 threatened species by Edward Frank 47
Re: 'Big Bob' - a giant eucalypt - Queensland's tallest tree by Kouta Rasanan 49
Re: Central Sierra Expedition - Big Sugar Pines Down by Zachary Stewart 50
Re: Central Sierra Expedition - Big Sugar Pines Down by M.W.Taylor 50
Balloon Launch At Little Bear Wallow Meadow by M.W.Taylor 50
Re: Balloon Launch At Little Bear Wallow Meadow by Matt Smilie 53
Re: Balloon Launch At Little Bear Wallow Meadow by M.W.Taylor 53
Future of the Internet and Harnu by Edward Frank 54
Re: Future of the Internet and Harnu by HarnuHQ 55
Native American Name for Douglass Fir? by Richard Spear 56
Re: Native American Name for Douglass Fir? by Richard Spear 56
Re: Balloon Launch At Little Bear Wallow Meadow by M.W.Taylor 57
Re: Asheville Trees by Will Blozan 57
North Dakota Champion Cottonwood by Jimmy McDonald 58
Re: North Dakota Champion Cottonwood by Edward Frank 59
Re: North Dakota Champion Cottonwood by Chris Morris 59
A great silence is spreading over the natural world 60
Re: A great silence is spreading over the natural world by Michael Gatonska 60
Jake and Joe, MTSF, MA by Robert Leverett 61
Re: New forest (The Borg's Woods) said to be over 235 years by Eric Martindale 61
A Thousand Invisible Cords by Don Bertolette 62
Re: A Thousand Invisible Cords... by Don Bertolette 62
Re: Asheville Trees by Brian Beduhn 63
Re: Biltmore Estate Trees by Brian Beduhn 63
Re: Biltmore Estate Trees by Will Blozan 64
Re: Biltmore Estate Trees by Brian Beduhn 64
Re: Biltmore Estate Trees by Will Blozan 64
Re: Biltmore Estate Trees by Brian Beduhn 65
Re: Biltmore Estate Trees by Brian Beduhn 65
Late Summer Soundscapes by Michael Gatonska 66
Metasequoia Glyptostroboides (Dawn Redwood) by Brian Beduhn 68
New record European larch by Kouta Rasenan 69
Re: Tallest Tree South Of SF Bay Confirmed by M.W.Taylor 72
Hyperion and Hekios Climbs, CA by Edward Frank 72
Say Good Bye to the White Ash Tree (WV) by Russ Richardson 73
Vandalism of Sycamore on Crulls Island, ARIW, PA by Kirk Johnson 73
Beech blight aphids dance, Ohio by Edward Frank 74
Re: New record European larch by Will Blozan 75
Re: Asheville Trees by Brian Beduhn 77
Reconstruction of Soundscape of 1940's Wisconsin 77
Re: Reconstruction of Soundscape of 1940's Wisconsin by Michael Gatonska 78
Howland Cemetary, MA by Robert Leverett 78
Burbank Park, Pittsfield, MA by Robert Leverett 81
Re: Burbank Park, Pittsfield, MA by Robert Leverett 85
Re: New record European larch by Kouta Rasenan 86
Re: New record European larch by Karlheinz 86
Re: Marsh-billings-Rockefeller National Historic Park Project by Robert Leverett 87
Re: Marsh-billings-Rockefeller National Historic Park Project by Robert Leverett 89
Re: Marsh-billings-Rockefeller National Historic Park Project by Larry Tucei 90
Re: Marsh-billings-Rockefeller National Historic Park Project by Robert Leverett 90
Graphic Leaf Music Scores by Michael Gatonska 91
Re: Graphic Leaf Music Scores by Michael Gatonska 95
NTS Partnerships by Robert Leverett 95
Re: NTS Partnerships by Edwrad Frank 96
Black Walnut Soundscape, Part I by Michael Gatonska 96
Re: 'Big Bob' - a giant eucalypt - Queensland's tallest tree by Edward Frank 97
Ponderosa Pines (Highway 50 Sierra Nevada) by Mark Collins 97
Re: Ponderosa Pines (Highway 50 Sierra Nevada) by M.W.Taylor 98
Big Pines Along Highway 4 Sierra Nevada by M.W.Taylor 99
Tallest Known Sugar Pine Now Back In California by M.W.Taylor 101
Re: Ponderosa Pines (Highway 50 Sierra Nevada) by Mark Collins 102
Valley Oak, Covelo, CA by Mark Collins 102
Limber Pine, RMNP, CO by James Robert Smith 103
Mount Sneffels Wilderness Aspens by James Robert Smith 104
Deer 'cool' response of trees to warming climate by Lee Frelich 106
Re: Deer 'cool' response of trees to warming climate by Robert Leverett 108
Re: Deer 'cool' response of trees to warming climate by Lee Frelich 108
Re: Deer 'cool' response of trees to warming climate by Joe Zorzin 108
External Links 109
Back Issues of eNTS: The Magazine of the Native Tree Society 111
About: eNTS: The Magazine of the Native Tree Society 115

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